Announcements

Announcements

For week of September 21, 2020 

SHOUT OUTS

Shout out to Seniors Angelina O'Brien and Matthew Hansen on being named National Merit Scholar Semifinalists!  

Congratulations to the Cross Country team as they participated in their second meet at the Festus Bowles Invitational this past Saturday.

Overall, our runners clocked some great times, and when I did the final math, it looked as if most of our runners had bettered their times on this course from last year (one of our runners even bettered his time by 3 minutes- Wow). 

And Evan McClusky ran a PR (personal best) on this challenging course- finishing 27th place (only 7 away from a medal) way to push yourself Evan.   

Our top (and only) medalist was: 

Amy Escamilla- JV girls- 17th place medal   

Each week, Amy continues to run better and better- way to represent MHS, Amy.



Chromebook Support

If you are having trouble with your Chromebook, send a description of the issue you are experiencing along with your name and school to the following email address. Tech support will reach out as soon as possible.

msdchromebookhelp@msdr9.org



DAILY EVENTS

 

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A+ Virtual Tutoring will be available Tuesday through Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. beginning Tuesday, October 6th.

If you are an A+ Tutor and would like to get hours, sign up via Google Doc sent to you by Mrs. Shannon.

If you are in need of tutoring help, join the “Tutoring Meet” via lookup code: mhsaplustutoring during the specified tutoring date/time.


We Invite You to Join Social Justice Club. The first meeting is Tuesday, 9/29 - 3:20 PM to 4:20 PM.  Join our Social Justice Classroom with Code: 7f3fxhf and click the meet link located under the code. Please email Brugerel@msdr9.org with any questions. See you there!


Anyone interested in trying out for the Boys Basketball team this year needs to contact Coach Braun through email at braund@msdr9.org .

Students: Trying to figure out what you might do after high school? Check out Show-Me My Future virtual college and career sessions at http://bit.ly/ShowMeMyFuture. Watch the video posted in your Class Counselor's Google Classroom and email Mrs. Neighbors if you have any questions.

 

  

 

Students can register to vote online at the Secretary of State's website:  https://www.sos.mo.gov/

Students should go to Elections and & Voting and from there they can Register to Vote. They're able to "Submit Online Voter Registration Application" They would need a device with a touch screen so they can "sign". They're able to use their phone, tablet, iPad, or laptop. If they don't have a touch screen they can still use the website. They would need to "Print and Mail Your Application" or  they're able to "Request an Application to be Mailed" to them.  

If students register online, at the end of the process they will get a confirmation screen that says they've registered. If they don't get that confirmation at the end of the process, it's possible the registration hasn't gone through. 

Before every election, voters can visit Vote411:
https://www.vote411.org/

Voters can:

  • See What's on the Ballot
  • Check your Voter Registration
  • Find your polling place


UPCOMING VIRTUAL COLLEGE VISITS

Please go to SCOIR to signup and get access to the link for the visit. 

 

September 24, (9:15-10:00) - University of Chicago

September 28, (9:15-10:00) - Lawrence Technological University 

September 28, (10:15-11:00) - Saint Louis University

September 30, (10:15-11:00) - Southern Illinois University (Edwardsville)

September 30, (9:15-10:00) - Washington University in St. Louis

October 2, (9:15-10:00) - Truman State University

October 2, (10:15-11:00) - University of Oklahoma 

October 5, (1:45- - 2:30) - Southeast Missouri State University 

October 6, (9:15-10:00) - Rockhurst

October 6, (10:15-11:00) - Avila University

October 13, (1:45- - 2:30) - Harris-Stowe State

October 16, (10:15-11:00) - Murray State University

 

 

HELP WANTED

 

Casa Dia Montessori 10109 Watson Rd St. Louis Mo 63127 is currently hiring part time teachers. The hours are 2-6 Monday through Friday.  No evening and weekends hours. All applicants must be 18 or older to apply.They may come in for an application or call with other questions, 314-835-9500.

 

               

  • Parent Notes: Please remember that outside lunches, flowers, balloons and other items are not allowed to be delivered to MHS for students by you or others.Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
  • Absences: If your student is absent from school, please call the attendance line to report their absence at 314-467-6020. Please state and spell your name, your student's name, their grade level, and the date(s) they are absent. Thank you.
  • Early Dismissals: Parents, if your student has an early dismissal, please remember to call the attendance office ahead of time so that your student will be able to leave on time as needed.
  • In the event school is closed due to inclement weather, staff and parents will be notified via SchoolMessenger alert (text, app notification, phone call and/or email). You can also check our website, mehlvilleschooldistrict.com, or watch KMOV, KSDK or KTVI for closure information.

Student Parking:  ON HOLD

*The Character Plus word for September is Respect - Demonstrating manners towards self, other, authority and property

 

 

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